By Bruce Bradley,Charles Lee Todd
A white guy, whose tale was once so strong it grew to become a convention one of the Indians of the yank Plains...
By the time Hugh Glass reached citadel Tilton it was once good into November. A foot of snow lay around the nation-state. citadel Tilton used to be a small fortress that belonged to the Columbia Fur corporation. It were equipped by way of William P. Tilton and boasted a garrison of simply 5 males. because it sat close to the positioning of one other Mandan village, the Mandans who escorted Hugh dropped him off, then instantly went to go to their cousins. Hugh went to determine Tilton, the place he realized instantly that any hopes of discovering a ship to proceed his trip have been in useless.
“Mr. Glass,” Tilton advised Hugh, “I’d prefer to assist you yet I can’t. I’ve obtained 5 males right here, along with myself. I can’t spare any of them. We’re below chance of assault the following evening and day by way of the Arikaras. i would like each guy i must retain them away. no matter if i may spare an individual, I doubt they'd pass. We’re watched continually. I had one guy who left the citadel for just a couple of minutes. From out of nowhere, that satan Stanapat rode up and killed him, virtually on our doorstep. if you happen to hadn’t had the Mandans escorting you, don’t imagine for a second that you'd have made it in the following. these rattling Arikaras may have got you earlier than you even got here close by of the fort.”
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HUGH GLASS by Bruce Bradley,Charles Lee Todd